Books

  • 1928. An Introduction to the Birds of Pennsylvania. Harrisburg: J. Horace McFarland Co. 169 pp.
  • 1934. Eskimo Year. New York: Macmillan. 321 pp. Reprinted 1985, Univ. of Oklahoma Press.
  • 1936. Birds in the Wilderness: Adventures of an Ornithologist. New York: Macmillan. 200 pp.
  • 1951. Mexican Birds: First Impressions. Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press. 282 pp.
  • 1961. Iceland Summer: Adventures of a Bird Painter. Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press. 252 pp.
  • 1967. Oklahoma Birds: Their Ecology and Distribution, with Comments on the Avifauna of the Southern Great Plains. Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press. 674 pp.
  • 1971. High Arctic. A Visit to the Unspoiled North. New York: Paul S. Eriksson, Inc. 116 pp.
  • 1972. At a Bend of a Mexican River. New York: Paul S. Ericsson, Inc. 184 pp.
  • 1975. Portraits of Mexican Birds. Fifty Selected Paintings. Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press. 106 pp.
  • 1977. Fifty Common Birds of Oklahoma and the Southern Great Plains. Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press. 113 pp.
  • 1979. To a Young Bird Artist. Letters from Louis-Agassiz Fuertes to George Miksch Sutton. Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press. 147 pp.
  • 1980. Bird Student. An Autobiography. Austin: Univ. of Texas Press. 216 pp.
  • 1986. Birds Worth Watching. Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press. 207 pp.

Monographs & Museum Publications

  • 1926. Notes on birds observed in southern Florida. Annals Carnegie Museum 16:409-430. (E. G. Hall & G. M. Sutton)
  • 1928. The birds of Pymatuning Swamp and Conneau Lake, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. Annals Carnegie Museum 18:19-239.
  • 1932. The exploration of Southampton Island, Hudson Bay. part 2. Zoology, sect. 2. The birds of Southampton Island. Memoirs Carnegie Museum 12:1-275.
  • 1934. Notes on the birds of western Oklahoma. Annals Carnegie Museum 24:1-50.
  • 1935. A new Red-tailed Hawk from Texas. Univ. of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Occasional Papers 321:1-6 (G. M. Sutton & J. Van Tyne)
  • 1935. The postjuvenal molt of the Grasshopper Sparrow. Museum of Zoology, Univ. of Michigan, Occasional Papers 336:1-7.
  • 1935. The juvenal plumage and postjuvenal molt in several species of Michigan sparrows. Bull. Cranbrook Inst. of Science 3:1-36.
  • 1937. The birds of Brewster County, Texas. University of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Miscellaneous Publications, No. 37 (J. Van Tyne & G. M. Sutton).
  • 1937. The juvenal plumage and postjuvenal molt of the Chipping Sparrow. Univ. of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Occasional Papers 355:1-5.
  • 1939. A list of birds observed on the 1938 Semple expedition to northeastern Mexico. Louisiana State Univ. Museum of Zoology, Occasional Papers 3:15-46. (G. M. Sutton & T. D. Burleigh).
  • 1940. Birds recorded in the state of Hidalgo, Mexico, by the Semple Expedition of 1939. Annals Carnegie Museum 28:169-186.
  • 1941. The juvenal plumage and postjuvenal molt of the Vesper Sparrow. Univ. of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Occasional Papers 445:1-10.
  • 1941. The plumages and molts of the young Eastern Whip-poor-will. Univ. of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Occasional Papers 446:1-7.
  • 1943. Birds of Linares and Galeana, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Louisiana State Univ. Museum of Zoology, Occasional Papers 16:273-291. (G. M. Sutton & O. S. Pettingill, Jr.).
  • 1943. Notes of the behavior of certain young fringillines. Univ. of Michigan Museum of Zoology, Occasional Papers 474:1-14.
  • 1959. The nesting fringillids of the Edwin S. George Reserve, southeastern Michigan. Pt. 1. Jack-pine Warbler 37:2-11.
  • 1960. The nesting fringillids of the Edwin S. George Reserve, southeastern Michigan. Pt. 2. Jack-pine Warbler 38:3-15, 46-65, 125-139.
  • 1974. A check-list of Oklahoma birds. Stovall Museum of Science & History, Univ. of Oklahoma, Norman. pp. 1-48.

Journal Articles and Notes

  • 1916. Cape May Warbler in Virginia in winter. Auk 35:203.
  • 1921. Night voices. Bird Lore 21:108-110.
  • 1922. Notes on the Road-runner at Fort Worth, Texas. Wilson Bull. 34:3-20.
  • 1923. Notes on the nesting of Wilson’s Snipe in Crawford County, Pennsylvania. Wilson Bull. 35:191-202.
  • 1925. Notes on the nesting of the Goshawk in Potter County, Pennsylvania. Wilson Bull. 37:193-197.
  • 1925. The present status of the Ruffed Grouse in Pennsylvania. American Midland Naturalist 9:373-378.
  • 1925. American Egret (Casmerodius americanus) and the Little Blue Heron (Florida cerulea) in Brooke County, West Virginia. Auk 42:129.
  • 1925. Swimming and diving activity of the Spotted Sandpiper (Actitus macularia). Auk 42:580-581.
  • 1925. The American Egret (Casmerodius americanus) in eastern and central Pennsylvania. Auk 42:586-587.
  • 1925. Strange nesting site of the Chimney Swift (Chaetura pelagica). Auk 42:586-587.
  • 1926. The Egret at Wildwood Lake, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. Auk 43:233.
  • 1926. Little Black Rail in Illinois. Auk 43:233.
  • 1926. Long-eared Owl capturing Ruffed Grouse. Auk 43:236.
  • 1926. The Egret in Clinton and Lycoming Counties, Pennsylvania. Auk 43:366.
  • 1927. White Pelican in southeastern Pennsylvania. Auk 44:94.
  • 1927. Madeira Petrel (Oceanodroma castro) in Pennsylvania. Auk 44:556.
  • 1927. Cackling Goose (Branta canadesis minima) in southeastern Michigan. Auk 44:559.
  • 1927. Goshawk nesting in Clarion County, Pennsylvania. Auk 44:563.
  • 1927. Mortality among Screech Owls in Pennsylvania. Auk 44:563-564.
  • 1927. Snowy Owl killed by automobile. Auk 44:564.
  • 1927. Flocking, mating, and nest-building habits of the Prairie Horned Lark. Wilson Bull. 39:131-41.
  • 1927. The invasion of Goshawks and Snowy Owls during the winter of 1926-27. Cardinal 1, No. 2.
  • 1928. Notes. Cardinal 2:4-5.
  • 1928. A new swift from Venezuela. Auk 45:135-136.
  • 1928. Abundance of the Golden Eagle in Pennsylvania in 1927-28. Auk 45:375.
  • 1928. Extension of the breeding range of the Turkey Vulture in Pennsylvania. Auk 45:501-503.
  • 1928. Notes on the flight of the Chimney Swift. Cardinal 2:85-92.
  • 1928. A collection of hawks from Pennsylvania. Wilson Bull. 40:84-95.
  • 1929. White Pelican in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Auk 46:104.
  • 1929. Yellow-headed Blackbird in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Auk 46:119.
  • 1929. How can the bird-lover help to save the hawks and owls? Auk 46:190-195.
  • 1929. Can the Cooper’s Hawk kill a Crow? Auk 46:235.
  • 1929. Photographing Wild Turkey nests in Pennsylvania. Auk 46:326-328.
  • 1929. Insect catching tactics of the Screech Owl. Auk 46:545-546.
  • 1929. The summer birds of Cook Forest. Cardinal 3:68-74.
  • 1929. Tactics of the domestic pigeon in evading the Duck Hawk. Wilson Bull. 41:41-42.
  • 1929. Does the Great Horned Owl have a poor memory? Wilson Bull. 41:247.
  • 1930. The nesting wrens of Brooke County, Virginia. Wilson Bull. 42:10-17.
  • 1930. Four eggs in the nest of a Mourning Dove. Wilson Bull. 42:54.
  • 1930. Notes on the Northern Pileated Woodpecker. Cardinal 3:207-217.
  • 1931. Notes on birds observed along the west coast of Hudson Bay. Condor 33:154-159.
  • 1931. The Blue Goose and the Lesser Snow Goose on Southampton Island, Hudson Bay. Auk 48:335-364.
  • 1931. The status of the Goshawk in Pennsylvania. Wilson Bull. 43:108-113.
  • 1932. Notes on the molts and plumages of the Old-squaw. Auk 49:42-51.
  • 1932. Nesting of the Harris’ Sparrow (Zonotrichia querula) at Churchill, Manitoba. Auk 49:166-183. (J. B. Semple & G. M. Sutton).
  • 1932. Deposition of eggs in time of snowstorm. Auk 49:366-367.
  • 1932. Notes on the collection of birds from Mansel Island, Hudson Bay. Condor 34:41-43.
  • 1933. Fifty years of progress in American bird art. Pp. 181-197 in Fifty Years’ Progress of American Ornithology: 1898-1933. American Ornithologists’ Union, Lancaster, PA.
  • 1934. Double nest of Baltimore Oriole. Wilson Bull. 46:124-125.
  • 1934. A new Bewick’s Wren from the western panhandle of Oklahoma. Auk 51:217-220.
  • 1934. Little Blue Heron and American Egret in the West Virginia panhandle. Auk 51:226.
  • 1934. Hudsonian Curlew in the West Virginia panhandle. Auk 51:231.
  • 1935. Note on the breeding range of the Black Pigeon Hawk. Auk 52:79-80.
  • 1935. A new Blue Jay from the western border of the Great Basin. Auk 52:176-177.
  • 1935. An abnormally colored Cardinal. Auk 52:314-315.
  • 1935. An expedition to the Big Bend country. Cardinal 4:1-7.
  • 1936. Food capturing tactics of the Least Bittern. Auk 53:74-75.
  • 1936. The Turkey Vulture’s ability to carry food in its beak. Auk 53:76.
  • 1936. Palm Warbler in the northern panhandle of West Virginia. A correction. Auk 53:89.
  • 1936. Connecticut Warbler in the northern West Virginia panhandle. Auk 53:90.
  • 1936. Blue Grosbeak in the northern panhandle of West Virginia. Auk 53:90-91.
  • 1936. White-winged Crossbill on Baffin Island. Auk 53:91.
  • 1936. Man-o’-war Bird in Oklahoma. Auk 53:438.
  • 1936. Notes from Ellis and Cimarron counties, Oklahoma. Auk 53:432-435.
  • 1936. Lincoln’s Sparrow and Lark Sparrow in the northern West Virginia panhandle. Auk 53:453-454.
  • 1938. Good lantern slides of birds. Wilson Bull. 50:170-175. (G. M. Sutton & O. S. Pettingill, Jr.).
  • 1938. Glaucous-winged Gull in Oklahoma. Auk 55:277-278.
  • 1938. Oddly plumaged orioles from Oklahoma. Auk 55:1-6.
  • 1938. An abnormal Blue Jay primary. Auk 55:281-282.
  • 1938. An unfortunate Pine Warbler. Auk 55:282.
  • 1938. Some findings of the Semple Oklahoma expedition. Auk 55:501-508.
  • 1939. The Mississippi Kite in spring. Condor 41:41-53.
  • 1939. The Mississippi Kite. Oologist 56:92.
  • 1939. A new Abeille’s Grosbeak from Tamaulipas. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 52:145-146.
  • 1939. A new Blue Bunting from Tamaulipas. Auk 56:71-72.
  • 1939. A new Screech Owl from Nuevo Leon. Auk 56:174-175.
  • 1939. Parasitic Jaeger on Cayuga Lake, New York. Auk 56:185-186.
  • 1940. Birds of Valles, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Condor 42:259-262. (G. M. Sutton & T. D. Burleigh).
  • 1940. A new Tufted Flycatcher from Hidalgo. Wilson Bull. 52:30-31. (G. M. Sutton & T. D. Burleigh).
  • 1940. Washed birdskins. Wilson Bull. 52:91-95. (G. M. Sutton & W. Montagna).
  • 1940. Birds of Tamazunchale, San Luis Potosi. Wilson Bull. 52:221-233. (G. M. Sutton & T. D. Burleigh).
  • 1940. Birds of Las Vigas, Veracruz. Auk 57:234-243. (G. M. Sutton & T. D. Burleigh).
  • 1940. Black-capped Petrel in New York. Auk 57:244.
  • 1940. A new Warbling Vireo form Hidalgo. Auk 57:398-400. (G. M. Sutton & T. D. Burleigh).
  • 1940 Black Gyrfalcon in New York State. Auk 57:401.
  • 1940 Winter range of the Short-billed Marsh Wren. Auk 57:419.
  • 1941. A new race of Chaetura vauxi from Tamaulipas. Wilson Bull. 53:231-233.
  • 1941. Blue Goose in Tioga County, New York. Wilson Bull. 53:236.
  • 1941. Wilson’s Thrush in Oklahoma. Wilson Bull. 53:237.
  • 1941. Probable breeding of the Beautiful Bunting in the United States. Auk 58:265-266. (G. M. Sutton, A. R. Phillips, & L. L. Hargrave).
  • 1941. Baltimore Oriole in Tompkins County, New York, in winter. Auk 58:411.
  • 1941. An egg of the Marbled Murrelet. Auk 58:580-581.
  • 1941. Hylocichla fuscescens salicola in Tamaulipas: a correction. Auk 58:584.
  • 1941. Does the Southern Hairy Woodpecker occur in Oklahoma? Wilson Bull. 53:127-128. (G. M. Sutton & E. P. Edwards).
  • 1941. Some birds recorded in Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Condor 43:158-160.
  • 1942. Is Sutton’s Warbler (Dendroica potomac) a valid species? Cardinal 5:151-154.
  • 1942. A pensile nest of the Red-wing. Wilson Bull. 54:55-56.
  • 1942. Notes on birds of the Monterrey district of Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Wilson Bull. 54:199-203. (G. M. Sutton, O. S. Pettingill, Jr. & R. Lea).
  • 1942. A nest of the Brown Jay. Wilson Bull. 54:213-214. (G. M. Sutton & O. S. Pettingill, Jr.).
  • 1942. Birds of the Gomez Farias region, southwestern Tamaulipas. Auk 59:1-34. . (G. M. Sutton & O. S. Pettingill, Jr.).
  • 1942. Mexican Black Hawk in Tamaulipas; a correction. Auk 59:108.
  • 1942. Turkey Vulture and Killdeer in Newfoundland. Auk 59:304-305.
  • 1942. Birds recorded in the Federal Republic and States of Puebla and Mexico by the 1939 Semple Expedition. Auk 59:418-423. (. (G. M. Sutton & T. D. Burleigh).
  • 1942. June bird life of the Papago Indian Reservation, Arizona. Condor 44:57-65. (G. M. Sutton & A. R. Phillips).
  • 1942. Winter range of Oklahoma’s hybrid orioles. Condor 44:79.
  • 1942. The Brown Jay’s furcular pouch. Condor 44:160-165. (G. M. Sutton & P. W. Gilbert).
  • 1942. The northern races of Piranga flava. Condor 44:277-279. (G. M. Sutton & & A. R. Phillips).
  • 1943. The Alta Mira Oriole and its nest. Condor 45:125-132. (G. M. Sutton & O. S. Pettingill, Jr.).
  • 1943. Hudsonian Godwit in Wayne County, New York. Auk 60:108.
  • 1943. Records from the Tucson region of Arizona. Auk 60:345-350.
  • 1943. The wing molt of adult loons: a review of the evidence. Wilson Bull. 55:145-150.
  • 1944. The kites of the genus Ictinia. Wilson Bull. 56:3-8.
  • 1944. Yellow Rail in Rice County, Minnesota. Auk 61:474-475.
  • 1945. The Bronzed Grackle as a species. Auk 62:170.
  • 1945. Autumnal dueling among Mockingbirds. Auk 62:301.
  • 1945. Arkansas Kingbird in southeastern Florida. Auk 62:462.
  • 1945. Behavior of birds during a Florida hurricane. Auk 62:603-606.
  • 1945. Notes on the winter bird life of Fairbanks, Alaska. Condor 47:264-267.
  • 1946. Wing-flashing in the Mockingbird. Wilson Bull. 58:206-209.
  • 1946. Great Blue Heron swallows large snake. Auk 63:97.
  • 1946. Notes on the winter birds of Attu. Condor 48:83-91. (G. M. Sutton & R. S. Wilson).
  • 1947. Greenland Wheatear in southern Baffin Island. Auk 64:324-325.
  • 1948. The Curve-billed Thrasher in Oklahoma. Condor 50:40-43.
  • 1948. The nest and eggs of the White-bellied Wren. Condor 50:101-112.
  • 1948. Small Pine Grosbeak collected in Tompkins County, New York. Auk 65:125-126.
  • 1948. Breeding of Richmond’s Swift in Venezuela. Wilson Bull. 60:189-190.
  • 1948. White-throated or Bat Falcon in Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Auk 65:603.
  • 1949. Rose-throated Becard, Platypsaris aglaiae, on the lower Rio Grande of Texas. Auk 66:365-366.
  • 1949. Validity of the shorebird genus Pseudoscolopax. Condor 51:259-261.
  • 1949. Meeting the west on Florida’s west coast. Florida Nat. 22:23-33.
  • 1950. Notes on the ranges and breeding habits of certain Mexican birds. Bird-Banding 21:45-59.
  • 1951. Dispersal of mistletoe by birds. Wilson Bull. 63:235-237.
  • 1951. Empidonax albigularis in southwestern Tamaulipas. Wilson Bull. 63:339.
  • 1951. Subspecies status of the Green Jays of northeastern Mexico and southern Texas. Condor 53:124-128.
  • 1951. Caprimulqus ridgwayi in Michoacan, Mexico. Condor 53:261-262.
  • 1951. A new race of Yellow-throated Warbler from northwestern Florida. Auk 68:27-29.
  • 1952. Birds and an ant army in southern Tamaulipas. Condor 53:16-18.
  • 1952. A Hooded Warbler from Churchill, Manitoba. Canad. Field Notes 66:75.
  • 1952. Stoddard’s Yellow-throated Warbler in Bay County, Florida. Wilson Bull. 64:49.
  • 1952. New birds for the state of Michoacan, Mexico. Wilson Bull. 64:221-223.
  • 1953. Terns recorded at Lake Texoma, Oklahoma, in the summer of 1951. Auk 70:205-206.
  • 1953. The Carolina Chickadee in Kansas. Wilson Bull. 65:277. (A. Wetmore & G. M. Sutton).
  • 1953. The future of ornithology in Oklahoma. Oklahoma Quarterly 2:20-22, 30.
  • 1954. Nesting of the Snow Bunting on Baffin Island. Wilson Bull. 66:159-179. (G. M. Sutton & D. F. Parmalee).
  • 1954. Western Grebe in Oklahoma. Condor 56:229.
  • 1955. Summer activities of the Lapland Longspur on Baffin Island. Wilson Bull. 67:110-127. (G. M. Sutton & D. F. Parmelee).
  • 1955. Glossy Ibis in Oklahoma. Condor 57:119.
  • 1956. On certain anatids of Frobischer Bay, Baffin Island. Arctic 8:139-147. (G. M. Sutton & D. F. Parmelee).
  • 1956. The Rock Ptarmigan in southern Baffin Island. Wilson Bull. 68:52-62.
  • 1956. On certain Charadriiform birds of Baffin island. Wilson Bull. 68:210-223.
  • 1956. On the loons of Baffin Island. Auk 73:78-84. (G. M. Sutton & D. F. Parmelee).
  • 1956. The breeding of the Surfbird in southeastern Baffin Island. Condor 58:273-282.
  • 1957. The Purple Sandpiper in southern Baffin Island. Condor 57:216-220. (G. M. Sutton & D. F. Parmelee).
  • 1959. Birds of Roman Nose State Park. In: Guide to Roman Nose State Park. Oklahoma Geological Survey, Guidebook 9:25-26.
  • 1960. Flammulated Owl in Lubbock County, Texas. Southwestern Naturalist 5: 173-174.
  • 1960. Semipalmated Sandpiper and Western Sandpiper in Tamaulipas. Auk 77:83.
  • 1962. Is bird art art? Living Bird 1:73-78.
  • 1963. Birds of Beavers Bend State Park. In: Guide to Beavers Bend State Park. Oklahoma Geological Survey, Guidebook 11:35-37.
  • 1963. Interbreeding in the wild of the Bob-white (Colinus virginianus) and Scaled Quail (Callipepla squamata) in Stonewall County, northwestern Texas. Southwestern Naturalist 8:108-111.
  • 1963. On the Yellow-billed Loon. Wilson Bull. 75:83-87.
  • 1965. Interbreeding of the Eastern and Western Meadowlarks in central Oklahoma. Southwestern Naturalist 10:307-310. (G. M. Sutton & G. W. Dickson).
  • 1967. Behavior of the Buff-breasted Sandpiper at the nest. Arctic 20:2-7.
  • 1968. Bird hybridization in Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 1:1-7.
  • 1968. Curve-billed Thrasher in Jackson County, southeastern Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 1:19.
  • 1968. Williamson’s Sapsucker in Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 1:25-26.
  • 1968. Young Curve-billed Thrashers attended by adult Brown Towhee. Auk 85:127-128.
  • 1968. The natal plumage of the Lesser Prairie Chicken. Auk 85:679.
  • 1968. Sexual dimorphism in the Hudsonian Godwit. Wilson Bull. 80:251-252.
  • 1969. A Chuck-will’s-widow in post-nuptial molt. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 2:9-11.
  • 1969. Harlan’s Hawk in Roger Mills County, Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 2:4.
  • 1969. Knot in Cimarron County, Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 2:22.
  • 1969. The Red Phalarope in Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 2:26-28.
  • 1970. Early spring and late fall Oklahoma records for the Cassin’s Kingbird. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 3:7-8.
  • 1971. Western Tanager in Cimarron County, Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 4:8.
  • 1971. The Black-throated Blue Warbler in southwestern United States. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 4:11-15.
  • 1971. Fourth specimen of Sharp-tailed Sparrow from Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 4:20.
  • 1971. A new bird for Oklahoma: Mottled Duck. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 4:29-31.
  • 1972. Tree Swallow in Cimarron County, Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 5:22.
  • 1972. Did S. W. Woodhouse ever see the Black-throated Blue Warbler in Indian Territory? Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 5:23-24.
  • 1972. Winter food of a central Oklahoma Roadrunner. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 5:30.
  • 1972. Verdin collected in Jackson County, Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 5:32-33. (G. M. Sutton & R. C. Lawrence).
  • 1973. Early nesting of the Cardinal in central Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 6:8.
  • 1973. Mockingbirds eat flowers. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 6:16.
  • 1974. An irruption of Clark’s Nutcracker in Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc.7:1-4.
  • 1974. May an adult Canyon Wren become flightless during late summer molt? Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 7:15.
  • 1974. Did this Great Blue Heron die of starvation? Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 7:60-61.
  • 1975. When does the Cardinal start singing in spring? Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 8:7-8.
  • 1975. Which subspecies of Vermilion Flycatcher inhabits Oklahoma? Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 8:19.
  • 1975. A junco is a junco is a junco. The Nebraska Bird Review 43:66-67.
  • 1976. Cleveland and Oklahoma county records for the Rock Wren. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 9:23-24.
  • 1977. How often does the Brown Creeper sing in Oklahoma? Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 10:33-34.
  • 1977. The Lesser Prairie Chicken’s inflatable neck sacs. Wilson Bull. 89:521-522.
  • 1977. A Wood Duck portrait. Living Bird 16:5-6.
  • 1978. Work to be done in the Black Mesa country. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc.11:11-13.
  • 1978. Wood Duck nesting in Norman, Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 11:13-14.
  • 1978. Ash-throated Flycatcher and Loggerhead Shrike nesting in same tree. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 11:22-23.
  • 1978. Early fall sighting of a Townsend’s Solitaire. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 11:24.
  • 1978. On maturation of Thayer’s Gull. Wilson Bull. 90:479-491.
  • 1978. Three Pine Grosbeaks. Living Bird 17:5-6.
  • 1979. On abrasion of plumage in the Starling. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 12:15.
  • 1979. Is the American Kestrel double-brooded in Oklahoma? Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 12:30-31.
  • 1979. On the behavior of American Kestrels nesting in Texas. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 12:125-129. (G. M. Sutton & J. D. Tyler).
  • 1980. A Yellow Rail sketch. Living Bird 18:5-6.
  • 1980. Subspecies of Savannah Sparrow found in Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 13:6-8.
  • 1981. A Boreal Owl portrait. Living Bird 19:5-6.
  • 1981. Do Screech Owls prey on Bobwhites? Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc. 14: 32-33.
  • 1981. On aerial and ground displays of the world’s snipes. Wilson Bull. 98:457-477.
  • 1982. Pine Warbler in Cleveland County, Oklahoma. Bull. Okla. Ornith. Soc.15:32-33.
  • 1982. Portrait of a young cuckoo. Living Bird Quarterly 1:16-17.

Reviews

  • 1944. Alaska Bird Trails. Wilson Bull. 56:120-122.
  • 1945. A Naturalist in Cuba. Wilson Bull. 57:265-267.
  • 1950. Lista de las Aves de Venezuela con su Distribución. Wilson Bull. 62:140-141.
  • 1950. British Waders and their Haunts. Wilson Bull. 62:224-225.
  • 1951. Biological Investigations in Mexico. Wilson Bull. 63:348-349.
  • 1951. Gronland Fugle. The birds of Greenland. Pt. 1. Wilson Bull. 63:55-56.
  • 1951. Bird Portraits. Wilson Bull. 63:213-214.
  • 1951. Gronland Fugle. The birds of Greenland. Pt. 2. Wilson Bull. 63:350-352.
  • 1952. Gronland Fugle. The birds of Greenland. Pt. 3. Wilson Bull. 64:124-126.
  • 1958. The Warblers of North America. Auk 75:226-228.
  • 1967. Birds of the Northern Forest. Wilson Bull. 79:249-250.
  • 1968. “Evolution of some arctic gulls (Larus): an experimental study of isolating mechanisms.” Auk 85:142-145.

Obituaries

  • 1944. Bayard Henderson Christy. Auk 61:178-179.
  • 1947. David Clark Hilton. Auk 64:179-180.
  • 1950. John Bonner Semple. Auk 67:365-366.
  • 1973. Robert E. Bailey. Auk 90:964-967.

Popular Writings

  • 1913. A pet roadrunner. Bird Lore 15:324-326.
  • The following titles related to Sutton may be of additional interest:
  • 1981. Graham, F. B. Signals from the wild: the art and science of George Mikch Sutton. Audubon 83(4):33-45.
  • 1983. Arib, R. In memorium: George Miksch Sutton, 1898-1982. American Birds 37(2):135-136.
  • 1984. Pettingill, O. S., Jr. In memorium: George Miksch Sutton. Auk 101:246-252.
  • 1998. Johnsgard, P. A. Baby bird protraits by George Miksch Sutton: watercolors in the Field Museum. Univ. of Oklahoma Press, Norman

     

    Special thanks to Bonnie Gall for typing this bibliography.